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King's Lynn and West Norfolk Borough Council

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… by 48.2% from 280 ppm (parts per million) to 415 ppm (see figure 1) (NOAA, 2021). The last time the concentration was this high was potentially over 20 million years ago (IPCC, 2001). CO2 and other GHGs trap infrared radiation (energy) in the Earth’s atmosphere, stopping it from being re-emitted into space and instead trapping the heat. Therefore, more energy is coming into the Earth’s climate…

… about our statutory and non-statutory duties. 6.1. Scope 1: Gas consumption Whilst gas consumption for heating purposes is less emissions intensive than using oil, it is still a fossil fuel, and thus contributes to climate change. Gas boilers have a carbon footprint range of approximately 210 – 380 gCO2e/kWh compared to 310 – 550 gCO2e/kWh from oil boilers (Squires and Goater, 2016…

… emissions. However, in addition to energy efficiency improvements we must look at changing our Strategy approval date: _/_/2021 Page 14 of 37 v.01 Review date: __ 2024 heating sources from gas to more renewable alternatives. In late 2020, work started on a Re:fit phase 2, in which we obtained £3.8million in grant funding from the BEIS Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme. This allows…

… the council to further reduce emissions from its buildings, focusing on decarbonising heat through the adoption of renewable energy technology, such as air and ground source heat pumps. 6.2. Scope 1: Council vehicle fleet We operate over 100 vehicles and equipment in our fleet, most of which run off petrol and diesel, emitting on average 2.2 kgCO2e/litre and 2.5 kgCO2e/litre respectively (DBEIS…

…. Domestic Our district is home to the largest number of residential properties in Norfolk, with over 70,000 properties within our district boundary. Due to the rural nature of the district many domestic properties do not have access to the main gas line. Therefore, these properties use electric, oil or solid fuel for spatial heating, with little opportunity to engage with other forms of heating


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